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Hagler Institute announces its largest class of new fellows: 14

Class of 2022-23 includes a Nobel Prize recipient and multiple National Academies-level scholars, plus a distinguished lecturer

Think green: Artificial intelligence evaluates algae as energy source

Method could provide alternative fuel source for jet aircraft

Calorie counts: For some consumers, labels serve as invitations to indulge

Putting calorie counts on display for consumers can have unintended consequences, new study discovers

Eviction moratoriums are reshaping how U.S. rental markets function

Tenants are only part of the story, A&M economist points out

New opportunity for farmers? Capture carbon and sell credits

Government policies and market demand are creating chances to profit from climate-friendly practices

Shot in the arm: US economy gets boost from release of vaccines

A&M economists credit COVID-19 vaccinations with recent increases in nation’s GDP

An index for energy: New metric tracks average price in United States

A&M researchers publish findings in the journal Nature Communications

Nation’s GDP may lose $2.5 trillion from COVID-19 pandemic, study says

A&M and partners analyze short-term, long-term impacts on U.S. agriculture

How do socioeconomics contribute to coastlines littered with garbage?

Concern for the environment shifts with population’s economic stability, new study shows